Ok so I'm in a dillemna. I have a 6D with my 24/50/135 prime kit that I use for "serious" stuff. I need a more versatile option for friends/family/travel photos.
I can either get:
- 24-105 F4L
- Olympus OMD E-M10 w/ 17mm and 45mm lenses
I've used the OMD with these lenses and absolutely love it.
As far as DOF equivalencies, both options are about the same (the 17 and 45mm lenses are about 35mm f3.5 and 90mm f3.5 in 35mm terms).
With the 24-105, I get versatility in one package.
With the OMD, I get a sharper image, smaller package, closer focus, still have IS via IBIS, but I would need to swap between the 17 and 45 lenses, and it would cost twice as much as the 24-105.
However, if I go OMD route I have a very neat whole kit of 24/35/50/90/135 primes across 2 formats. 35 and 90 I rarely use for serious stuff. I use 35 more for these family and travel casual purposes, so thats why this kit makes sense to me.
BUT the 24-105L costs half as much and does the same thing, at the expense of bulk and sharpness.
What would you guys do?